Project Description

IRONSTONE FARMS

Based in Shamong, New Jersey (Burlington County), Ironstone Farms is a grower of blueberries (60 acres) and melons (cantaloupe – two acres, watermelon – five acres).

Shamong NJ was the site of the first Indian Reservation, known as Brotherton, from 1758-1801. In fact, the name Shamong, is an Indian name that means place of the horn referring to the abundance of deer that supplied food and clothing for the Native Americans that first settled there. Ironstone’s name derives from the abundance of “bog iron” in the region; today, it’s a strong farming community supplying cranberries and blueberries for the world’s consumption. 

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